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Michigan will have a new look to their uniforms this postseason.

The Wolverines will feature new two-tone maize-and-blue shorts made by Adidas starting in the Big Ten tournament. If they play on after the conference tournament, they will continue to wear the alternate uniforms.

The Wolverines (14-13, 7-8 Big Ten) have worn alternate postseason jerseys in the past but haven't worn the two-tone shorts, which have a large block 'M' in the opposite color.

The tops have the typical "Michigan" in block letters with the number below.

Other schools such as Wisconsin, Louisville, Kansas and UCLA also have alternate postseason jerseys by Adidas.

ESPN sports business reporter Darren Rovell first wrote about the new uniforms.

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